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Young Georgians step up against coal and climate change

As IPCC is about to issues its next report cementing scientific evidence of the need to leave fossil fuels in the ground in order to avoid heating our atmosphere to more than 2 degrees C, our friends Nugzar and Tsiako from the Republic of Georgia think of the local anti-coal campaign they help to lead….... (More...)
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China Youth Carbon Shift is on the Way!

After months preparations and countless meetings since last July, the core group members of China Global Power Shift announced the Phase Two of Global Power Shift in China— China GPS – “China Youth Carbon Shift” has formally begun! China power shift core members have settled with a specific agenda for the whole event after several…... (More...)
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Power Shift Pilipinas: #SulongPH

Power Shift Pilipinas national youth-led convergence takes on PH climate crisis National day of action in Cebu to protest crises of coal expansion, energy privatization and Yolanda injustice CEBU CITY – Over 100 youth and grassroots participants in the Power Shift Pilipinas (PSPH), a national youth-led convergence held in Cebu City confronting the crisis of... (More...)
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Switchcamp: The First Wave of Indonesia Power Shift

by Syaiful Rochman Shouting “Indonesia Power Shift Switch!” as the closing shout out, Indonesia has begun the first wave of national climate movement in 17 provinces across the nation. The four days of sharing, learning and fun was called Switchcamp. Participants will help Indonesia to switch into eco-friendly living, and help free the nation from fossil…... (More...)
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A seedling will become a tree

This weekend our friends from Ukrainian Youth Climate Association feat. partners visited the city of Rivne in Western Ukraine to plant seeds of climate leadership in a follow up of GPS. Shortly after the 2-days workshop on ‘Practice of eco-social projects and adaptation to climate change’ local activist Olexandra posted an article of inspiration based…... (More...)
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Small Fluctuations Lead to Change

Youth-led forum in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, set a base for climate movement in the region. Its initiator and main organizer Liza writes about its highlights and lessons, adding some systems science to back her hope for change. The climate forum “Climate is changing, are we changing ourselves?” took place in Nizhny Novgorod on February 8-9,…... (More...)
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UPDATE: 350 Volunteer in Ukraine Released

According to information received on March 12, Kateryna, alongside the rest of the group who went missing, have been released and are on their way back to Kiev. We thank all those who helped by sharing the earlier post in solidarity as we sought to confirm their well-being.   (More...)
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Clímax Brasil asks for less CO2!

 Less CO2 Please! This is the name of the mission we launched last month for our network. And then we received photos of artivism activities from cities like São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador.  For more photos and to find inspiration to organize this ongoing activity in your region please visit here. Since August,…... (More...)
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Here’s Japanese youth becoming climate leaders!

The GPS momentum reached Japan, with Power Shift Japan (PSJ) taking place in Saitama on February 22-23. One day prior to the actual event, a “Change the Dream” workshop was held, with the goal to empower the youth by first introducing the participants to the current state of affairs regarding general societal problems, environmental issues…... (More...)
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Global Power Shift

Global Power Shift is the starting point for a new phase in the international climate movement.   First, hundreds of climate leaders from around the world gathered in Istanbul to share stories, learn skills, and sharpen strategies. These leaders have now returned to their home countries to spark a wave of convergences, campaigns, and mobilisations for climate action.

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